Non-TF: Then and Now: an evolution of my art.

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  1. TedimusPrime

    TedimusPrime Well-Known Member

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    A little glimpse into the improvement of my art over these years.

    These are some robots I made up in my younger years, and like all our childhood creations they have a good deal of fiction to them. The one to the left is an automated (now sentient) infinite storage turret. The one on the right is a self replicating adapting scavenger. Basically they are leftovers of a larger, now gone organic race and... well it's a long story.

    I probably drew these between 5-7 years apart. Both were decent efforts, but nothing more than sketches.

    So not to waste any more of your time

    THEN
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    NOW
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  2. Dinodigger97

    Dinodigger97 germinates within you.

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    It's Doctor Scaplet's friends... Surgeon ChainsawTail and Nurse FatThingything...COOL!!!
     
  3. Soundwave_FSD

    Soundwave_FSD Yoda in a track suit...

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    Haha! I love the concept of this! Great art too.
     
  4. jonnyshaft

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    Which one do you like better? The second one is definitely more refined, but the earlier one has confidence in its execution, broad definite strokes. I feel like the later one, while being well drawn, is a bit more thought out, and therefore tentaive in approach.
     
  5. TedimusPrime

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    Oh I certainly love the first one because it is MY art and I love that style and I still draw in that more confident brushstroke style when I'm bored sometimes, but I really thought it was cool to compare how my art style has changed

    I've gone from pens to pencils, from cartoon to more of a industrial design, my lines have become thinner to allow more detail, and my sense of perception has drastically improved.

    However, I can still totally draw the first. I am just in love with both of these for entirely different reasons.
     
  6. Superquad7

    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    I love both :) 
     
  7. Nuubu

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    Same as the guy above me.
     

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